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MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTS1PZNQ
May 05, 2018
A rebel fighter gestures as he sits inside a bus during evacuation, at Beit Sahm in Damascus, Syria,...
Damascus, Syria
A rebel fighter gestures as he sits inside a bus during evacuation, at Beit Sahm in Damascus
A rebel fighter gestures as he sits inside a bus during evacuation, at Beit Sahm in Damascus, Syria, May 5, 2018. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTX4XPVH
February 19, 2018
Damaged houses are pictured at night in the rebel-held area, in the city of Daraa, Syria February 18,...
Daraa, Syria
Damaged houses are pictured at night in the rebel-held area, in the city of Daraa, Syria
Damaged houses are pictured at night in the rebel-held area, in the city of Daraa, Syria February 18, 2018. Picture taken February 18, 2018. Picture taken using long exposure. REUTERS/Alaa Al-Faqir TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-WAR
RTX311ZO
March 15, 2017
A man prays next to the grave of Hussam Abdel Wali Ayyash in the southern old city of Deraa, Syria March...
Deraa, Syria
A man prays next to the grave of Hussam Abdel Wali Ayyash in the southern old city of Deraa, Syria
A man prays next to the grave of Hussam Abdel Wali Ayyash in the southern old city of Deraa, Syria March 13, 2017. Hussam Abdel Wali Ayyash was one of the first protesters to die during the Syrian uprising on March 18, 2011. Picture taken March 13, 2017. To match Analysis MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-WAR REUTERS/Alaa Al-Faqir
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTX30UN6
March 13, 2017
Rebel fighters inspect a tunnel they said belonged to Islamic State fighters which connects the city...
AL-BAB, Syria
Rebel fighters inspect a tunnel they said belonged to Islamic State fighters which connects the city...
Rebel fighters inspect a tunnel they said belonged to Islamic State fighters which connects the city to Aqeel mountain, in the northern Syrian city of al-Bab, Syria March 13, 2017. REUTERS/Khalil Ashawi
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTSYHOX
February 13, 2017
Smoke rises after strikes on rebel-held Deraa city, Syria February 13, 2017. REUTERS/Alaa Al-Faqir
Deraa, Syria
Smoke rises after strikes on rebel-held Deraa city
Smoke rises after strikes on rebel-held Deraa city, Syria February 13, 2017. REUTERS/Alaa Al-Faqir
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTSYHOW
February 13, 2017
Smoke rises after strikes on rebel-held Deraa city, Syria February 13, 2017. REUTERS/Alaa Al-Faqir
Deraa, Syria
Smoke rises after strikes on rebel-held Deraa city
Smoke rises after strikes on rebel-held Deraa city, Syria February 13, 2017. REUTERS/Alaa Al-Faqir
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTSYBY9
February 12, 2017
Clothes hang near stacked sandbags in the rebel held besieged city of Douma, in the eastern Damascus...
Damascus, Syria
Clothes hang near stacked sandbags in the rebel held besieged city of Douma, in the eastern Damascus...
Clothes hang near stacked sandbags in the rebel held besieged city of Douma, in the eastern Damascus suburb of Ghouta, Syria February 12, 2017. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh
TUNISIA-SECURITY/LIBYA
RTSFOPG
May 24, 2016
Men play soccer at a pitch in the town of Remada, Tunisia April 11, 2016. Tunisia's 2011 uprising created...
REMADA, Tunisia
The Wider Image: As fighters return, Tunisia faces growing challenge
Men play soccer at a pitch in the town of Remada, Tunisia April 11, 2016. Tunisia's 2011 uprising created fertile ground for jihadist recruiters. Hundreds of Islamist militants were freed from prison as part of an amnesty for those detained under Ben Ali. Ultra-conservative salafists began to flex their muscle, seizing control of mosques and clashing with secularists. As Tunisia's politics have stabilised, the government has reasserted control, taking back mosques, banning the local al Qaeda affiliate Ansar al Sharia, and forcing many militants to flee. At first the jihadists mostly headed to Syria. But now Libya is more popular with them - many Tunisians have become key figures in Islamic State there. In all, officials estimate that between 4,000-6,000 Tunisians have left to fight for Islamic State and other groups, among them university graduates and professionals recruited online. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra SEARCH "ZOHRA REMADA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
TUNISIA-SECURITY/LIBYA
RTSFOP5
May 24, 2016
A sign is seen at the edge of Remada, Tunisia April 11, 2016. Tunisia's 2011 uprising created fertile...
REMADA, Tunisia
The Wider Image: As fighters return, Tunisia faces growing challenge
A sign is seen at the edge of Remada, Tunisia April 11, 2016. Tunisia's 2011 uprising created fertile ground for jihadist recruiters. Hundreds of Islamist militants were freed from prison as part of an amnesty for those detained under Ben Ali. Ultra-conservative salafists began to flex their muscle, seizing control of mosques and clashing with secularists. As Tunisia's politics have stabilised, the government has reasserted control, taking back mosques, banning the local al Qaeda affiliate Ansar al Sharia, and forcing many militants to flee. At first the jihadists mostly headed to Syria. But now Libya is more popular with them - many Tunisians have become key figures in Islamic State there. In all, officials estimate that between 4,000-6,000 Tunisians have left to fight for Islamic State and other groups, among them university graduates and professionals recruited online. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra SEARCH "ZOHRA REMADA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
TUNISIA-SECURITY/LIBYA
RTSFOP3
May 24, 2016
Yahya, father of Bechar Zongya, gestures during an interview with Reuters journalists in the town of...
REMADA, Tunisia
The Wider Image: As fighters return, Tunisia faces growing challenge
Yahya, father of Bechar Zongya, gestures during an interview with Reuters journalists in the town of Remada, Tunisia April 11, 2016. Tunisia's 2011 uprising created fertile ground for jihadist recruiters. Hundreds of Islamist militants were freed from prison as part of an amnesty for those detained under Ben Ali. Ultra-conservative salafists began to flex their muscle, seizing control of mosques and clashing with secularists. As Tunisia's politics have stabilised, the government has reasserted control, taking back mosques, banning the local al Qaeda affiliate Ansar al Sharia, and forcing many militants to flee. At first the jihadists mostly headed to Syria. But now Libya is more popular with them - many Tunisians have become key figures in Islamic State there. In all, officials estimate that between 4,000-6,000 Tunisians have left to fight for Islamic State and other groups, among them university graduates and professionals recruited online. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra SEARCH "ZOHRA REMADA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
TUNISIA-SECURITY/LIBYA
RTSFOOW
May 24, 2016
A woman walks past a truck loaded with containers in the town of Remada, Tunisia April 11, 2016. Tunisia's...
REMADA, Tunisia
The Wider Image: As fighters return, Tunisia faces growing challenge
A woman walks past a truck loaded with containers in the town of Remada, Tunisia April 11, 2016. Tunisia's 2011 uprising created fertile ground for jihadist recruiters. Hundreds of Islamist militants were freed from prison as part of an amnesty for those detained under Ben Ali. Ultra-conservative salafists began to flex their muscle, seizing control of mosques and clashing with secularists. As Tunisia's politics have stabilised, the government has reasserted control, taking back mosques, banning the local al Qaeda affiliate Ansar al Sharia, and forcing many militants to flee. At first the jihadists mostly headed to Syria. But now Libya is more popular with them - many Tunisians have become key figures in Islamic State there. In all, officials estimate that between 4,000-6,000 Tunisians have left to fight for Islamic State and other groups, among them university graduates and professionals recruited online. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra SEARCH "ZOHRA REMADA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
TUNISIA-SECURITY/LIBYA
RTSFOOU
May 24, 2016
Yarusi Kadi, 21 (C), an unemployed graduate, smiles as he poses for a photograph with his grandmother...
REMADA, Tunisia
The Wider Image: As fighters return, Tunisia faces growing challenge
Yarusi Kadi, 21 (C), an unemployed graduate, smiles as he poses for a photograph with his grandmother at his house in the town of Remada, Tunisia April 11, 2016. Tunisia's 2011 uprising created fertile ground for jihadist recruiters. Hundreds of Islamist militants were freed from prison as part of an amnesty for those detained under Ben Ali. Ultra-conservative salafists began to flex their muscle, seizing control of mosques and clashing with secularists. As Tunisia's politics have stabilised, the government has reasserted control, taking back mosques, banning the local al Qaeda affiliate Ansar al Sharia, and forcing many militants to flee. At first the jihadists mostly headed to Syria. But now Libya is more popular with them - many Tunisians have become key figures in Islamic State there. In all, officials estimate that between 4,000-6,000 Tunisians have left to fight for Islamic State and other groups, among them university graduates and professionals recruited online. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra SEARCH "ZOHRA REMADA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
TUNISIA-SECURITY/LIBYA
RTSFOOK
May 24, 2016
Photographs of Rahma (L), the wife of Noureddine Chouchane, a jihadist who was killed during a U.S strike...
Tunis, Tunisia
The Wider Image: As fighters return, Tunisia faces growing challenge
Photographs of Rahma (L), the wife of Noureddine Chouchane, a jihadist who was killed during a U.S strike in Libya, and her sister Gofran (R), are seen in a newspaper in Tunis, Tunisia April 14, 2016. Tunisia's 2011 uprising created fertile ground for jihadist recruiters. Hundreds of Islamist militants were freed from prison as part of an amnesty for those detained under Ben Ali. Ultra-conservative salafists began to flex their muscle, seizing control of mosques and clashing with secularists. As Tunisia's politics have stabilised, the government has reasserted control, taking back mosques, banning the local al Qaeda affiliate Ansar al Sharia, and forcing many militants to flee. At first the jihadists mostly headed to Syria. But now Libya is more popular with them - many Tunisians have become key figures in Islamic State there. In all, officials estimate that between 4,000-6,000 Tunisians have left to fight for Islamic State and other groups, among them university graduates and professionals recruited online. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra SEARCH "ZOHRA REMADA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
TUNISIA-SECURITY/LIBYA
RTSFOOJ
May 24, 2016
Mohamed Slimi, whose son Tarak Slimi is suspected to have joined Islamic State in Libya, sits at his...
EL KEF, Tunisia
The Wider Image: As fighters return, Tunisia faces growing challenge
Mohamed Slimi, whose son Tarak Slimi is suspected to have joined Islamic State in Libya, sits at his house in El Kef, Tunisia April 14, 2016. Tunisia's 2011 uprising created fertile ground for jihadist recruiters. Hundreds of Islamist militants were freed from prison as part of an amnesty for those detained under Ben Ali. Ultra-conservative salafists began to flex their muscle, seizing control of mosques and clashing with secularists. As Tunisia's politics have stabilised, the government has reasserted control, taking back mosques, banning the local al Qaeda affiliate Ansar al Sharia, and forcing many militants to flee. At first the jihadists mostly headed to Syria. But now Libya is more popular with them - many Tunisians have become key figures in Islamic State there. In all, officials estimate that between 4,000-6,000 Tunisians have left to fight for Islamic State and other groups, among them university graduates and professionals recruited online. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra SEARCH "ZOHRA REMADA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
TUNISIA-SECURITY/LIBYA
RTSFOOH
May 24, 2016
Fethiya Charni, weeps as she holds a photograph and the passport of her son Tarak Slimi, who is suspected...
EL KEF, Tunisia
The Wider Image: As fighters return, Tunisia faces growing challenge
Fethiya Charni, weeps as she holds a photograph and the passport of her son Tarak Slimi, who is suspected to have joined Islamic State in Libya, at her house in El Kef, Tunisia April 14, 2016. Tunisia's 2011 uprising created fertile ground for jihadist recruiters. Hundreds of Islamist militants were freed from prison as part of an amnesty for those detained under Ben Ali. Ultra-conservative salafists began to flex their muscle, seizing control of mosques and clashing with secularists. As Tunisia's politics have stabilised, the government has reasserted control, taking back mosques, banning the local al Qaeda affiliate Ansar al Sharia, and forcing many militants to flee. At first the jihadists mostly headed to Syria. But now Libya is more popular with them - many Tunisians have become key figures in Islamic State there. In all, officials estimate that between 4,000-6,000 Tunisians have left to fight for Islamic State and other groups, among them university graduates and professionals recruited online. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra SEARCH "ZOHRA REMADA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
TUNISIA-SECURITY/LIBYA
RTSFOOE
May 24, 2016
Fethiya Charni holds a photograph and the passport of her son Tarak Slimi, who is suspected to have joined...
EL KEF, Tunisia
The Wider Image: As fighters return, Tunisia faces growing challenge
Fethiya Charni holds a photograph and the passport of her son Tarak Slimi, who is suspected to have joined Islamic State in Libya, at her house in El Kef, Tunisia April 14, 2016. Tunisia's 2011 uprising created fertile ground for jihadist recruiters. Hundreds of Islamist militants were freed from prison as part of an amnesty for those detained under Ben Ali. Ultra-conservative salafists began to flex their muscle, seizing control of mosques and clashing with secularists. As Tunisia's politics have stabilised, the government has reasserted control, taking back mosques, banning the local al Qaeda affiliate Ansar al Sharia, and forcing many militants to flee. At first the jihadists mostly headed to Syria. But now Libya is more popular with them - many Tunisians have become key figures in Islamic State there. In all, officials estimate that between 4,000-6,000 Tunisians have left to fight for Islamic State and other groups, among them university graduates and professionals recruited online. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra SEARCH "ZOHRA REMADA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
TUNISIA-SECURITY/LIBYA
RTSFOOC
May 24, 2016
A man who's brother,Tarak Slimi, is suspected to have joined Islamic State in Libya, shows how the family...
EL KEF, Tunisia
The Wider Image: As fighters return, Tunisia faces growing challenge
A man who's brother,Tarak Slimi, is suspected to have joined Islamic State in Libya, shows how the family managed to board up a door after it was damaged during a police raid in El Kef, Tunisia April 14, 2016. Tunisia's 2011 uprising created fertile ground for jihadist recruiters. Hundreds of Islamist militants were freed from prison as part of an amnesty for those detained under Ben Ali. Ultra-conservative salafists began to flex their muscle, seizing control of mosques and clashing with secularists. As Tunisia's politics have stabilised, the government has reasserted control, taking back mosques, banning the local al Qaeda affiliate Ansar al Sharia, and forcing many militants to flee. At first the jihadists mostly headed to Syria. But now Libya is more popular with them - many Tunisians have become key figures in Islamic State there. In all, officials estimate that between 4,000-6,000 Tunisians have left to fight for Islamic State and other groups, among them university graduates and professionals recruited online. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra SEARCH "ZOHRA REMADA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
TUNISIA-SECURITY/LIBYA
RTSFONZ
May 24, 2016
A road sign shows the direction of Libya near the border crossing at Dhiba, Tunisia April 11, 2016. ...
DHIBA, Tunisia
The Wider Image: As fighters return, Tunisia faces growing challenge
A road sign shows the direction of Libya near the border crossing at Dhiba, Tunisia April 11, 2016. Tunisia's 2011 uprising created fertile ground for jihadist recruiters. Hundreds of Islamist militants were freed from prison as part of an amnesty for those detained under Ben Ali. Ultra-conservative salafists began to flex their muscle, seizing control of mosques and clashing with secularists. As Tunisia's politics have stabilised, the government has reasserted control, taking back mosques, banning the local al Qaeda affiliate Ansar al Sharia, and forcing many militants to flee. At first the jihadists mostly headed to Syria. But now Libya is more popular with them - many Tunisians have become key figures in Islamic State there. In all, officials estimate that between 4,000-6,000 Tunisians have left to fight for Islamic State and other groups, among them university graduates and professionals recruited online. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra SEARCH "ZOHRA REMADA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
TUNISIA-SECURITY/LIBYA
RTSFONS
May 24, 2016
A Tunisian security forces tank is seen through a car window at Dhiba by the Tunisian and Libyan border...
DHIBA, Tunisia
The Wider Image: As fighters return, Tunisia faces growing challenge
A Tunisian security forces tank is seen through a car window at Dhiba by the Tunisian and Libyan border crossing, Tunisia April 11, 2016. Tunisia's 2011 uprising created fertile ground for jihadist recruiters. Hundreds of Islamist militants were freed from prison as part of an amnesty for those detained under Ben Ali. Ultra-conservative salafists began to flex their muscle, seizing control of mosques and clashing with secularists. As Tunisia's politics have stabilised, the government has reasserted control, taking back mosques, banning the local al Qaeda affiliate Ansar al Sharia, and forcing many militants to flee. At first the jihadists mostly headed to Syria. But now Libya is more popular with them - many Tunisians have become key figures in Islamic State there. In all, officials estimate that between 4,000-6,000 Tunisians have left to fight for Islamic State and other groups, among them university graduates and professionals recruited online. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra SEARCH "ZOHRA REMADA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
TUNISIA-SECURITY/LIBYA
RTSFOND
May 24, 2016
Tunisia's 2011 uprising created fertile ground for jihadist recruiters. Hundreds of Islamist militants...
EL KEF, Tunisia
The Wider Image: As fighters return, Tunisia faces growing challenge
Tunisia's 2011 uprising created fertile ground for jihadist recruiters. Hundreds of Islamist militants were freed from prison as part of an amnesty for those detained under Ben Ali. Ultra-conservative salafists began to flex their muscle, seizing control of mosques and clashing with secularists. As Tunisia's politics have stabilised, the government has reasserted control, taking back mosques, banning the local al Qaeda affiliate Ansar al Sharia, and forcing many militants to flee. At first the jihadists mostly headed to Syria. But now Libya is more popular with them - many Tunisians have become key figures in Islamic State there. In all, officials estimate that between 4,000-6,000 Tunisians have left to fight for Islamic State and other groups, among them university graduates and professionals recruited online. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra SEARCH "ZOHRA REMADA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY Matching text TUNISIA-SECURITY/LIBYA
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTX20065
December 24, 2015
A man works on a loom to make traditional carpets in the town of Ariha, in Idlib province, Syria December...
Idlib, Syria
A man works on a loom to make traditional carpets in the town of Ariha
A man works on a loom to make traditional carpets in the town of Ariha, in Idlib province, Syria December 24, 2015. The workshop is the only one still running out of about a hundred that were in business in Ariha before the Syrian uprising, activists said. REUTERS/Ammar Abdullah TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTX20064
December 24, 2015
A man works on a loom to make traditional carpets in the town of Ariha, in Idlib province, Syria December...
Idlib, Syria
A man works on a loom to make traditional carpets in the town of Ariha
A man works on a loom to make traditional carpets in the town of Ariha, in Idlib province, Syria December 24, 2015. The workshop is the only one still running out of about a hundred that were in business in Ariha before the Syrian uprising, activists said. REUTERS/Ammar Abdullah
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTX20063
December 24, 2015
A man works on a loom to make traditional carpets in the town of Ariha, in Idlib province, Syria December...
Idlib, Syria
A man works on a loom to make traditional carpets in the town of Ariha
A man works on a loom to make traditional carpets in the town of Ariha, in Idlib province, Syria December 24, 2015. The workshop is the only one still running out of about a hundred that were in business in Ariha before the Syrian uprising, activists said. REUTERS/Ammar Abdullah
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTX20062
December 24, 2015
A man works on a loom to make traditional carpets in the town of Ariha, in Idlib province, Syria December...
Idlib, Syria
A man works on a loom to make traditional carpets in the town of Ariha
A man works on a loom to make traditional carpets in the town of Ariha, in Idlib province, Syria December 24, 2015. The workshop is the only one still running out of about a hundred that were in business in Ariha before the Syrian uprising, activists said. REUTERS/Ammar Abdullah
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTX20061
December 24, 2015
Men work on looms to make traditional carpets in the town of Ariha, in Idlib province, Syria December...
Idlib, Syria
Men work on looms to make traditional carpets in the town of Ariha
Men work on looms to make traditional carpets in the town of Ariha, in Idlib province, Syria December 24, 2015. The workshop is the only one still running out of about a hundred that were in business in Ariha before the Syrian uprising, activists said. REUTERS/Ammar Abdullah
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTX20060
December 24, 2015
Threads are placed on a loom to make traditional carpets in the town of Ariha, in Idlib province, Syria...
Idlib, Syria
Threads are placed on a loom to make traditional carpets in the town of Ariha
Threads are placed on a loom to make traditional carpets in the town of Ariha, in Idlib province, Syria December 24, 2015. The workshop is the only one still running out of about a hundred that were in business in Ariha before the Syrian uprising, activists said. REUTERS/Ammar Abdullah
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTX1MH26
July 30, 2015
Free Syrian Army fighters, part of the Suqour al-Jabal (Mountain Hawks) brigade, rest with their weapons...
Aleppo, Syria
Free Syrian Army fighters, part of the Suqour al-Jabal (Mountain Hawks) brigade, rest with their weapons...
Free Syrian Army fighters, part of the Suqour al-Jabal (Mountain Hawks) brigade, rest with their weapons at their headquarters building in Aleppo, Syria, July 30, 2015. REUTERS/Abdalrhman Ismail
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTX1MH25
July 30, 2015
Children play beside an advert written on the wall in Aleppo, Syria July 30, 2015. The text on the wall...
Aleppo, Syria
Children play beside an advert written on the wall in Aleppo
Children play beside an advert written on the wall in Aleppo, Syria July 30, 2015. The text on the wall reads in Arabic, "Aleppo, Internet services and telecommunications fast optical Internet metro". REUTERS/Abdalrhman Ismail
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTX1MH24
July 30, 2015
Aleppo international airport road, that has been closed due to what activists said was because of clashes...
Aleppo, Syria
A view of Aleppo international airport road
Aleppo international airport road, that has been closed due to what activists said was because of clashes between rebel fighters and forces loyal to Syria's president Bashar al-Assad, is pictured near the airport in Aleppo, Syria, July 30, 2015. REUTERS/Abdalrhman Ismail
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTX1MH1K
July 30, 2015
Vehicles drive across Aleppo international airport road, that has been closed due to what activists said...
Aleppo, Syria
Vehicles drive across Aleppo international airport road
Vehicles drive across Aleppo international airport road, that has been closed due to what activists said was because of clashes between rebel fighters and forces loyal to Syria's president Bashar al-Assad, near the airport in Aleppo, Syria July 30, 2015. REUTERS/Abdalrhman Ismail
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTX1M99V
July 29, 2015
Residents walk on a street after fighters from a coalition of rebel groups called "Jaish al Fateh", also...
Hama, Syria
Residents walk on a street in al-Ghab plain in the Hama countryside
Residents walk on a street after fighters from a coalition of rebel groups called "Jaish al Fateh", also known as "Army of Fatah" (Conquest Army), captured Zeyzoun thermal station from forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad, activists said, in al-Ghab plain in the Hama countryside July 29, 2015. REUTERS/Ammar Abdullah
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTX1M98J
July 29, 2015
Fighters from a coalition of rebel groups called "Jaish al Fateh", also known as "Army of Fatah" (Conquest...
Hama, Syria
Fighters from a coalition of rebel groups called "Jaish al Fateh" rest with their weapons near Zeyzoun...
Fighters from a coalition of rebel groups called "Jaish al Fateh", also known as "Army of Fatah" (Conquest Army), rest with their weapons near Zeyzoun thermal station in al-Ghab plain in the Hama countryside July 29, 2015. The fighters took control of the thermal station from forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad, activists said. REUTERS/Ammar Abdullah
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTX1M97X
July 29, 2015
Women walk on a street after fighters from a coalition of rebel groups called "Jaish al Fateh", also...
Hama, Syria
Women walk on a street in al-Ghab plain in the Hama countryside
Women walk on a street after fighters from a coalition of rebel groups called "Jaish al Fateh", also known as "Army of Fatah" (Conquest Army), captured Zeyzoun thermal station from forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad, activists said, in al-Ghab plain in the Hama countryside July 29, 2015. REUTERS/Ammar Abdullah TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTX1M969
July 29, 2015
Residents walk on a street after fighters from a coalition of rebel groups called "Jaish al Fateh", also...
Hama, Syria
Residents walk on a street in al-Ghab plain in the Hama countryside
Residents walk on a street after fighters from a coalition of rebel groups called "Jaish al Fateh", also known as "Army of Fatah" (Conquest Army), captured Zeyzoun thermal station from forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad, activists said, in al-Ghab plain in the Hama countryside July 29, 2015. REUTERS/Ammar Abdullah
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTX1M965
July 29, 2015
Fighters from a coalition of rebel groups called "Jaish al Fateh", also known as "Army of Fatah" (Conquest...
Hama, Syria
Fighters from a coalition of rebel groups called "Jaish al Fateh" man a checkpoint on Zeyzoun thermal...
Fighters from a coalition of rebel groups called "Jaish al Fateh", also known as "Army of Fatah" (Conquest Army), man a checkpoint on Zeyzoun thermal station, after they took control of it from forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad, activists said, in al-Ghab plain in the Hama countryside July 29, 2015. REUTERS/Ammar Abdullah
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTX1M963
July 29, 2015
A damaged picture of Syria's President Bashar al-Assad is seen near Zeyzoun thermal station in al-Ghab...
Hama, Syria
A damaged picture of Syria's President Bashar al-Assad is seen near Zeyzoun thermal station in al-Ghab...
A damaged picture of Syria's President Bashar al-Assad is seen near Zeyzoun thermal station in al-Ghab plain in the Hama countryside July 29, 2015. Fighters from a coalition of rebel groups called "Jaish al Fateh", also known as "Army of Fatah" (Conquest Army), took control of the thermal station from forces loyal to Assad, activists said. REUTERS/Ammar Abdullah
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTX1M962
July 29, 2015
Zeyzoun thermal station is pictured after fighters from a coalition of rebel groups called "Jaish al...
Hama, Syria
Zeyzoun thermal station is pictured in al-Ghab plain in the Hama countryside
Zeyzoun thermal station is pictured after fighters from a coalition of rebel groups called "Jaish al Fateh", also known as "Army of Fatah" (Conquest Army), took control of it from forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad, activists said, in al-Ghab plain in the Hama countryside July 29, 2015. REUTERS/Ammar Abdullah
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTX1M95K
July 29, 2015
Fighters from a coalition of rebel groups called "Jaish al Fateh", also known as "Army of Fatah" (Conquest...
Hama, Syria
Fighters from a coalition of rebel groups called "Jaish al Fateh" man a checkpoint near Zeyzoun thermal...
Fighters from a coalition of rebel groups called "Jaish al Fateh", also known as "Army of Fatah" (Conquest Army), man a checkpoint near Zeyzoun thermal station, after they took control of it from forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad, activists said, in al-Ghab plain in the Hama countryside July 29, 2015. REUTERS/Ammar Abdullah
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTX1M95H
July 29, 2015
The interior of Zeyzoun thermal station is pictured after fighters from a coalition of rebel groups called...
Hama, Syria
The interior of Zeyzoun thermal station is pictured in al-Ghab plain in the Hama countryside
The interior of Zeyzoun thermal station is pictured after fighters from a coalition of rebel groups called "Jaish al Fateh", also known as "Army of Fatah" (Conquest Army), took control of it from forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad, activists said, in al-Ghab plain in the Hama countryside July 29, 2015. REUTERS/Ammar Abdullah
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTX1M0Y7
July 27, 2015
Civilians and civil defence members search for survivors at a site hit by what activists said was a ground-to-ground...
Aleppo, Syria
Civilians and civil defence members search for survivors at a site hit by what activists said was a ground-to-ground...
Civilians and civil defence members search for survivors at a site hit by what activists said was a ground-to-ground missile attack by forces of Syria's President Bashar al-Assad at the old city of Aleppo, Syria July 27, 2015. REUTERS/Abdalrhman Ismail
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTX1M0Y5
July 27, 2015
A man holds a child who survived what activists said was a ground-to-ground missile attack by forces...
Aleppo, Syria
A man holds a child who survived what activists said was a ground-to-ground missile attack by forces...
A man holds a child who survived what activists said was a ground-to-ground missile attack by forces of Syria's President Bashar al-Assad at the old city of Aleppo, Syria July 27, 2015. REUTERS/Abdalrhman Ismail
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTX1M0XT
July 27, 2015
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH

Civilians and civil defence members...
Aleppo, Syria
Civilians and civil defence members help an injured man after what activists said was a ground-to-ground...
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH

Civilians and civil defence members help an injured man after what activists said was a ground-to-ground missile attack by forces of Syria's President Bashar al-Assad at the old city of Aleppo, Syria July 27, 2015. REUTERS/Abdalrhman Ismail
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTX1M0XK
July 27, 2015
Civilians and civil defence members search for survivors at a site hit by what activists said was a ground-to-ground...
Aleppo, Syria
Civilians and civil defence members search for survivors at a site hit by what activists said was a ground-to-ground...
Civilians and civil defence members search for survivors at a site hit by what activists said was a ground-to-ground missile attack by forces of Syria's President Bashar al-Assad at the old city of Aleppo, Syria July 27, 2015. REUTERS/Abdalrhman Ismail
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTX1LQWT
July 25, 2015
Residents fill containers with water in a rebel-controlled area of Aleppo, Syria July 24, 2015. Picture...
Aleppo, Syria
Residents fill containers with water in a rebel-controlled area of Aleppo, Syria
Residents fill containers with water in a rebel-controlled area of Aleppo, Syria July 24, 2015. Picture taken July 24, 2015. REUTERS/Abdalrhman Ismail
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTX1LQWL
July 25, 2015
A man rides a bicycle past damaged buildings in a rebel-controlled area of Aleppo, Syria July 24, 2015....
Aleppo, Syria
A man rides a bicycle past damaged buildings in a rebel-controlled area of Aleppo, Syria
A man rides a bicycle past damaged buildings in a rebel-controlled area of Aleppo, Syria July 24, 2015. Picture taken July 24, 2015. REUTERS/Abdalrhman Ismail
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTX1LQWK
July 25, 2015
Residents ride a motorcycle past damaged buildings in a rebel-controlled area of Aleppo, Syria July 24,...
Aleppo, Syria
Residents ride a motorcycle past damaged buildings in a rebel-controlled area of Aleppo
Residents ride a motorcycle past damaged buildings in a rebel-controlled area of Aleppo, Syria July 24, 2015. Picture taken July 24, 2015. REUTERS/Abdalrhman Ismail
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTX1L99Y
July 21, 2015
A child walks with his bicycle amid debris after what activists said was an airstrike by forces loyal...
Damascus, Syria
A child walks with his bicycle amid debris after what activists said was an airstrike by forces loyal...
A child walks with his bicycle amid debris after what activists said was an airstrike by forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Asaad at Arbin town in Damascus countryside, Syria July 21, 2015. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh
MIGRANTS-GREECE/UN
RTX1KAH1
July 14, 2015
Syrian refugees walk through a field near the village of Idomeni at the Greek-Macedonian border, July...
IDOMENI, Greece
Syrian refugees walk through a field near the village of Idomeni at the Greek-Macedonian border
Syrian refugees walk through a field near the village of Idomeni at the Greek-Macedonian border, July 14, 2015. The United Nations refugee agency said that Greece urgently needed help to cope with 1,000 migrants arriving each day and called on the European Union (EU) to step in before the humanitarian situation deteriorates further. More than 77,000 people have arrived by sea to Greece so far this year, more than 60 percent of them Syrians, with others fleeing Afghanistan, Iraq, Eritrea and Somalia, it said. REUTERS/Alexandros Avramidis
EUROPE-MIGRANTS-HUNGARY
RTX1K9ZX
July 14, 2015
Migrants from Syria rest after crossing illegaly the border from Serbia to Hungary, near Asotthalom,...
ASSOTHALOM, Hungary
Migrants from Syria rest after crossing illegaly the border from Serbia to Hungary, near Asotthalom
Migrants from Syria rest after crossing illegaly the border from Serbia to Hungary, near Asotthalom, Hungary July 14, 2015. Hungary started building a fence along its border with Serbia to try to stop illegal migrants entering from the south, a barrier which German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said makes "no sense". Tens of thousands of migrants, mainly from the Middle East and Africa, use the Balkans route to get into the European Union, passing from Greece to Macedonia and Serbia and then to the EU's visa-free Schengen zone that starts in Hungary. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTX1K905
July 13, 2015
A bus drives past damaged buildings along a street in Aleppo's al-Shaar neighborhood, Syria July 13,...
Aleppo, Syria
A bus drives past damaged buildings along a street in Aleppo's al-Shaar neighborhood, Syria
A bus drives past damaged buildings along a street in Aleppo's al-Shaar neighborhood, Syria July 13, 2015. REUTERS/Abdalrhman Ismail
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTX1K3OM
July 12, 2015
Rebel fighters take part in a military display as part of a graduation ceremony at a camp in eastern...
Damascus, Syria
Rebel fighters take part in a military display as part of a graduation ceremony at a camp in eastern...
Rebel fighters take part in a military display as part of a graduation ceremony at a camp in eastern al-Ghouta, near Damascus, Syria July 12, 2015. The newly graduated rebel fighters, who went through military training, will join the the Free Syrian Army's Al Rahman legion. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTX1K0OV
July 11, 2015
A man on a bicycle inspects a damaged building from what activists said was barrel bombs dropped by forces...
Aleppo, Syria
A man on a bicycle inspects a damaged building from what activists said was barrel bombs dropped by forces...
A man on a bicycle inspects a damaged building from what activists said was barrel bombs dropped by forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar Al-Assad in Aleppo's eastern district of Tariq al-Bab, Syria, July 11, 2015. REUTERS/Abdalrhman Ismail

SAUDI-SECURITY/PRISON
RTX1J9UK
July 06, 2015
A general view of Ha'er Prison in Saudi Arabia July 6, 2015. There is a rising number of security prisoners...
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
General view of Ha'er Prison in Saudi Arabia
A general view of Ha'er Prison in Saudi Arabia July 6, 2015. There is a rising number of security prisoners in Saudi Arabia, where the wars in Syria and Iraq have led to a surge in domestic jihadist activity. Until last year, the population of inmates at security prisons like Ha'er, just south of Riyadh, had been dropping as those detained during an al Qaeda uprising a decade ago were gradually released. But as anger has grown in the kingdom over what many Saudis see as oppression of their fellow Sunnis in Iraq and Syria by Shi'ite Muslims, an increasing number of young Saudis have sworn to help by taking up arms themselves. REUTERS/Faisal Al Nasser
SAUDI-SECURITY/PRISON
RTX1J9UG
July 06, 2015
A general view of Ha'er Prison in Saudi Arabia July 6, 2015. There is a rising number of security prisoners...
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
General view of Ha'er Prison in Saudi Arabia
A general view of Ha'er Prison in Saudi Arabia July 6, 2015. There is a rising number of security prisoners in Saudi Arabia, where the wars in Syria and Iraq have led to a surge in domestic jihadist activity. Until last year, the population of inmates at security prisons like Ha'er, just south of Riyadh, had been dropping as those detained during an al Qaeda uprising a decade ago were gradually released. But as anger has grown in the kingdom over what many Saudis see as oppression of their fellow Sunnis in Iraq and Syria by Shi'ite Muslims, an increasing number of young Saudis have sworn to help by taking up arms themselves. REUTERS/Faisal Al Nasser
SAUDI-SECURITY/PRISON
RTX1J9UD
July 06, 2015
Saudi prisoners play volleyball at Ha'er Prison in Saudi Arabia July 6, 2015. There is a rising number...
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Saudi prisoners play volleyball at Ha'er Prison in Saudi Arabia
Saudi prisoners play volleyball at Ha'er Prison in Saudi Arabia July 6, 2015. There is a rising number of security prisoners in Saudi Arabia, where the wars in Syria and Iraq have led to a surge in domestic jihadist activity. Until last year, the population of inmates at security prisons like Ha'er, just south of Riyadh, had been dropping as those detained during an al Qaeda uprising a decade ago were gradually released. But as anger has grown in the kingdom over what many Saudis see as oppression of their fellow Sunnis in Iraq and Syria by Shi'ite Muslims, an increasing number of young Saudis have sworn to help by taking up arms themselves. REUTERS/Faisal Al Nasser
MIDEAST-CRISIS/KOBANI-SYRIA
RTR4YV6Z
June 25, 2015
A boy, who was wounded by what activists said was violence caused by Islamic State fighters in Kobani,...
Raqqa, Syria
A boy, wounded by what activists said was violence caused by Islamic State fighters in Kobani, waits...
A boy, who was wounded by what activists said was violence caused by Islamic State fighters in Kobani, waits inside a vehicle to cross into Turkey at the Syrian-Turkish border crossing of Tel Abyad, Syria June 25, 2015. Syrian state television said on Thursday that Islamic State fighters who carried out a deadly assault on the predominantly Kurdish border town of Kobani had entered Syria from Turkey. REUTERS/Rodi Said TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-KURDS
RTX1HD4K
June 20, 2015
Residents queue to buy bread in the town of Tel Abyad, Raqqa governorate, June 19, 2015. Aided by U.S.-led...
Raqqa, Syria
Residents queue to buy bread in the town of Tel Abyad
Residents queue to buy bread in the town of Tel Abyad, Raqqa governorate, June 19, 2015. Aided by U.S.-led air strikes, the Kurdish-led YPG militia may have dealt Islamic State its worst defeat to date in Syria by seizing the town of Tel Abyad at the Turkish border, cutting a supply route to the jihadists' de facto capital of Raqqa city. Picture taken June 19, 2015. REUTERS/Rodi Said
MIDEAST-CRISIS-SYRIA
RTX1GWBT
June 17, 2015
Free Syrian Army fighters fire rockets towards forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad in the...
Quneitra, Syria
Free Syrian Army fighters fire rockets towards forces loyal to Assad in the northern countryside of Quneitra,...
Free Syrian Army fighters fire rockets towards forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad in the northern countryside of Quneitra, Syria, June 17, 2015. Rebels in southern Syria announced a major offensive on Wednesday to capture remaining positions held by the Syrian military in Quneitra province, near the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights, where bombardments could be seen a short distance away. REUTERS/Alaa Al-Faqir TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTX1GSXQ
June 16, 2015
Men search for survivors at a site hit by what activists said was heavy shelling by forces loyal to Syria's...
Damascus, Syria
Men search for survivors at a site hit by heavy shelling in the Douma neighborhood of Damascus
Men search for survivors at a site hit by what activists said was heavy shelling by forces loyal to Syria's President Bashar al-Assad in the Douma neighborhood of Damascus June 16, 2015. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-KURDS
RTX1GSRW
June 16, 2015
A woman reacts as she rests from walking back to Tel Abyad town, Raqqa governorate, after fleeing Maskana...
Raqqa, Syria
A woman rests after walking back to Tel Abyad town
A woman reacts as she rests from walking back to Tel Abyad town, Raqqa governorate, after fleeing Maskana town in the Aleppo countryside June 16, 2015. With a string of victories over Islamic State, Syria's Kurds are proving themselves an ever more dependable ally in the U.S.-led fight against the jihadists and building influence that will make them a force in Middle Eastern politics. Aided by U.S.-led air strikes, the Kurdish-led YPG militia may have dealt Islamic State its worst defeat to date in Syria by seizing the town of Tel Abyad at the Turkish border, cutting a supply route to the jihadists' de facto capital of Raqqa city. REUTERS/Rodi Said TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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